18 April 1896|
|Died||9 August 2003
|Battles/wars||World War I
Survivor of the Battle of Zborov, Russian Empire (now Ukraine)
|Other work||fascist/nationalist organisation Vlajka in the 1930s|
Alois Vocásek (13 April 1896 – 9 August 2003) was the last surviving Czechoslovakian veteran of the First World War and the last survivor of the Battle of Zborov in Ukraine. He was one of thousands of Czechs and Slovaks who broke with the Austro-Hungarian monarchy to fight for the future Czechoslovak state as members of the Czechoslovak Legions. He was later controversial because of his membership in the Czech fascist/nationalist organisation Vlajka in the 1930s.
- List of veterans of World War I who died in 2003
- List of last surviving World War I veterans by country
- "Hrdinové: poslední dva žijící veteráni I. světové války – tn.cz" (in Czech). TV Nova. Retrieved 24 May 2010.
- Jetelina Bedřich (13 August 2003). "Zemřel nejstarší žijící český adventista" (in Czech). Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Czech Republic. Retrieved 10 September 2011.
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